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Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'
Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.
[BBC News Americas]

Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'
Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.
[BBC]

Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'
Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.
[BBC News]

Google in China: Internet giant 'plans censored search engine'
The US giant is reportedly developing a search engine that would block sensitive queries.
[BBC News]

Google in China: Internet giant 'plans censored search engine'
The US giant is reportedly developing a search engine that would block sensitive queries.
[BBC]

Whistleblower reveals Google plans for censored search in China
Google is reportedly planning to re-launch its search engine in China, complete with censored results to meet the demands of the Chinese government. The company originally shut down its Chinese search engine in 2010, citing government attempts to "limit free speech on the web". But according to (...)
[OSNews]

Google downranks 65000 pirate sites in search results
With the aim to protect the interests of copyright holders, Google is making 'pirate' sites more difficult for its users to find. This week the search engine revealed more information about the scope of this effort. Thus far, Google has downranked 65,000 sites, a measure that led to a 90% (...)
[OSNews]

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